Tag Archives: osx

Resizing HFS+ Partitions

June 5th, 2009


Most everyone, including yours truly, has at some point needed to resize partitions or make new ones. Unfortunately, dare I say it, unlike Windows, OS X does not have any built in tools to edit the partitions. I will admit that that isn’t necessarily true because you can erase and reformat current partitions but, like […]

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10.5.7 Download

May 12th, 2009


***Instructions for installing 10.5.7 are up and can be found here*** Just wanted to make a quick note and say that if you are going to be so kind and help out testing 10.5.7, go to the download page on apple.com instead of through Software Update. Software Update and Apple.com use different servers and right […]

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Adding a dsdt.aml to older installs

April 18th, 2009


Note: This method works for all versions of Leopard and all distro’s used to install OS X (iPC, XxX, iDeneb, Kalyway, etc.) Lately, many people have been asking about sleep tricks and dsdt.aml’s and instead of Copy & Pasting the same text over and over again, I figured I would put all the information in […]

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Fine Tuning The Volume On Your Mac

March 13th, 2009


After installing the new AppleHDA and having the audio finally working properly, I figured you would probably want to mess around with some new settings that are available to you. First, you can get more precise volume adjustment by holding down the option(Windows Key) + shift keys and tapping the volume up/down keys on your […]

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HackBook Running Mac OS X 10.5.6

December 15th, 2008


Note: You can fix all your broken hardware that results from this update with this handy guide. It looks like another release of our favorite Operating System is out: Mac OS X 10.5.6. Has anyone tried to upgrade yet from 10.5.5 (Kalyway)? I’m hitting the update button now. Wish me luck! UPDATE! Downloaded fine but […]

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